Collaborative, Interprofessional, State-of-the-Art

The Clinical Simulation Laboratory is a collaborative effort of the UVM Larner College of Medicine, the UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and The University of Vermont Medical Center, serving as a centralized hub in the training of health care professionals with the ultimate goal of improving quality and safety of care.



Improving Patient Care

Contemporary health care requires competency-based instruction that often relies on simulated experiences to prepare learners for patient care. The Clinical Simulation Laboratory enables trainees to use well-founded simulation principles to develop and maintain clinical skills and competencies to augment patient safety and improve patient care.

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Interprofessional Education

The Clinical Simulation Laboratory brings together individuals, groups and teams for hands-on learning experiences enhanced by the integration of standardized patients and advanced technology in settings that reflect actual trauma, operating room, in-patient and ambulatory settings.


Clinical Innovations

Health education and patient care is transforming through clinical innovations. The University of Vermont Clincial Simulation Laboratory offers a way for students and healthcare providers to access new technology in an environment that enables them to become familiar with the latest innovations available to them.

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Interprofessional Faculty Development 2 Day Workshop: Dates January 10 & 11, 2018

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Virtual Clinic

Healthcare students can explore each other's roles and work together while overcoming barriers of interprofessional education.
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